I am a ‘talk’ therapist, art therapist and Supervisor, based in Ireland. Since March 2020, I have been working primarily online. I am accredited by IACP, BACP, UKCP and IACAT and am a Clinical Associate of Pink Therapy UK. I hold a Diploma in Integrative Supervision from The Psychosynthesis Trust UK. I have a special interest in trauma, sexual violence, abusive relationships and gender and sexual diversity.
I have experience, training and knowledge about LGBTQIA+, kink/BDSM, polyamory / non-monogamy, neurodiversity and other variations in gender, sexuality and relationships. Generally this is only context, but given the societal lack of understanding and oppression, legal and otherwise, diversity or uniqueness often come up. I work with individuals, couples and larger intimately related groups. Specialisations: relationships; trauma and dissociation; ways in which the body-mind expresses itself somatically; cultural differences. I have forensic experience. I am deeply non-judgemental about “criminal” records, “offences” and accusations. Sex work is work; sex workers are most welcome.
Hi, I’m Ellis J. Johnson. I am a fully qualified Psychodynamic Psychotherapeutic Counsellor, trainer, supervisor, speaker and group facilitator with extensive experience in working alongside trans, non-binary, queer and questioning people. I deliver training to counsellors in working affirmatively around gender and also deliver training in trans awareness, and in anti-racist practice, to organisations around the country and internationally. I also provide external supervision and consultation for a number of third-sector organisations. In the past I have provided counselling for an NHS Wellbeing service, a charity offering free counselling to trans and non-binary people, and I have worked with students
I’m Ronete Cohen (she/her) and my practice is Rainbow Couch. I’m a psychologist and psychodynamic psychotherapist and a Pink Therapy Clinical Associate. I work with the intersections of GSRD and race, culture, neurodivergence and disability. I specialise in trauma, PTSD and dissociative disorders.
Whether you’re anxious, stuck, unable to live to your fullest potential, having difficulty in your relationships with others or with yourself, each of us has a unique story that requires an equally unique approach with a qualified, sensitive therapist. I’m an experienced BACP-registered queer non-binary relational integrative psychotherapist and edited Queering Psychotherapy (Karnac, 2022). Grounded in intersectional practice and working with LGBTQIA+ clients since 2014 in a gentle and invitational way, it’s my hope – wherever you are in your therapy journey – that you’ll leave feeling you understand and accept yourself better, and more connected to your agency.
I am an advanced accredited gender, sex and relationship diversity therapist who has been practicing for seven years as a humanistic therapist, also having completed a degree in person centered therapy and now studying family and systemic therapy. I identify as polyamorous, kinky, and gender non-conforming. I am deeply passionate about working and studying as a therapist and finding what helps each person get the most out of the therapeutic process.
Hi 🙂 I’m Debbie. I’m a BACP (senior accredited) and Pink Therapy advanced accredited psychotherapist working with adults and young people primarily around gender, sexuality and relationship diversity. If you are looking for support around your gender, sexuality and/or relationship/s please get in touch to see if I could be a suitable counsellor for you. I also work as a qualified supervisor to trainee and established counsellors alongside those in the charity and public sector.
I am a Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist holding an accreditation with Pink Therapy as a Gender, Sexuality and Relationship Diversity (GSRD) therapist. A diploma with the Contemporary Institute of Clinical Sexology (CICS) in Compulsive Sexual Behaviours, accredited by the College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists (COSRT). My core training in psychoanalytic psychotherapy was at the The Bowlby Centre in London. An istitute that focuses on John Bowlby’s important theory of Attachment. I practice clinically from a position of pluralsim as I believe not one approach or one idea can support the complexity of our human experince. I am a full clinical member of the College for Psychoanalysis
Hello, I’m Tess, I’m a Queer, Autistic, Disabled, white therapist. I offer online sessions using an anti-oppressive framework. For me, the personal is political and it has a place in the therapy space. I offer a free 30 min introductory chat, where we talk about what brings you to therapy, how I work and if those are compatible. Please be aware I am currently full, if you would like to be notified when I have a session becoming available contact me to be added to my email list.
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